Today, resilience is more important than ever. It keeps people safe and employed and businesses feeling more confident and secure. For this edition of our newsletter, we showcase examples of resilience within our business community. Read on to see how public and private sector organizations are driving business continuity in 2021.
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If last year taught us anything, it's that being prepared can pay off in the face of uncertainty. See how we developed a resilient and predictable IT system for a major public safety communications center.
Malicious users are constantly seeking weaknesses in organizational networks. Whether you're looking for a fresh perspective on your external network or need to pass an audit requirement - a vulnerability scan and consultation from our Risk Scanner team is a necessary first step toward building security resilience.
Security leadership challenges? Our partner CyberArk explains how accountability is the answer.
Everybody has time-consuming administrative activities they dread. See how our SaaS model saves Energy Efficiency Program Managers time by streamlining the implementation of year-end program changes.
Money, error, delay, and unhappy customers are all at stake for orgs still dependent on manual data entry. See how our sister division Launch used machine learning and process improvement strategy to solve efficiency challenges for a shipping giant.
In a move to build resilience into the Golden State, Gov. Newsom appoints Liana Bailey-Crimmins, Richard Klau, and Russel J. Nichols to high-level positions within the California Department of Technology.